DeKalb County Arrest Warrants
Both the Sheriff’s Office and the DeKalb County Police Department execute arrest warrants. It generally takes at least two days from the date of issuance for warrants to be processed and placed in active status for service. The District Attorney or SolicitorLawyer who specialises in courtroom advocacy, usually in particular areas of law notifies the prosecutor and defendantA person charged with an offence by mail or subpoena of the court date. Inquiries concerning the status of warrants may be made three days after the date of issuance by calling the Sheriff’s Office Warrant Unit at 404-298-8200.
How do I visit an inmate in the DeKalb County Jail?
Visitation of inmates in the DeKalb County Jail is limited to the following schedule:
- Inmates with last names beginning with A-B-C-D-E will visit on Saturday only
- Inmates with last names beginning with F-G-H-I-J will visit on Sunday only
- Inmates with last names beginning with K-L-M-N will visit on Monday only
- Inmates with last names beginning with O-P-Q-R will visit on Tuesday only
- Inmates with last names beginning with S-T-U-V will visit on Wednesday only
- Inmates with last names beginning with W-X-Y-Z will visit on Thursday only
Inmates housed at 8NE are allowed visitation in the following housing units on the following days only;
Pod 100 Monday, Pod 200 Tuesday, Pod 300 Wednesday,
Pod 400 Sunday, Pod 500 Thursday and Pod 600 Saturday.
Visitation for special needs inmates (3A, 3NW, 4NE pod 100, 8NEpod 400) is conducted on Friday only.
Inmates housed at 7NE disciplinary segregation housing are not allowed visitation.
Out of town visitors (verifiable residency greater than 50 miles distance) may visit any day from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. with a valid out of state I.D. No more than three visitors will be allowed to visit at a time with any inmate. Identification is required for all inmate visitations. This may consist of an official driver’s license, state issued identification card, or military identification. Attorneys may visit at anytime with proper identification and valid bar card. Clergy may also visit any day of the week for thirty minutes if on the inmate’s approved visitation list. Dress Requirements: Appropriate dress is required; short shorts, halter tops, and short mini-dresses are prohibited.
Due to security purposes, NO cell phones or any electronic devices will be allowed into the facility; and the Sheriff’s Office do not provide storage for these unapproved devices.